Deadly Premonition: The Directs rs Cut
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You' ll have to pardon me for saying this, but I' encountered a few people with that general mentality. You sound a bit depressed. Maybe not conically, but I' ll still say what I feel on the matter. Keep on kicking. Stay
alive. If you' re dead, there' s no changing what you' done or failed to do here. So long as you' re alive, there' s chance for change and hope for a better future. As far as improving? Yeah, you can Sure, your peers, those
younger than you even. may seem to be smarter, stronger, or more skilled, but that doesn' t make them more valuable than you, or you more "worthless" than them. Just means you haven' t found your field yet. As far as
growing, though, a human has infinite potential so long as they allow themselves to grow. If you feel like your body isn' t up to par'? Work out a bit. Start slow. Sits ups, push ups, the like. Feel like you' re behind in intelligence?
Not necessarily. You may lack -knowledge-, at least in fields compared to others, but you can fix that with some reading. Dunno what you' got around you, but if you' got the leisure to access Steam, then you can find free
reading materials online to fix that issue Want to pick up skills? You' d be shocked at the fields you can step into by picking up trade manuals online. And that' s without leaving your bedroom. All in all, ifyou' re here, you'
definitely got options. it' s ultimately up to you to decide how far you want to go, though- it won' t necessarily be easy, but it won' t be impossible, either.
I have no words, just... thank you
I' m just aware that people don' t stop to consider some of this. So I figured I' d give you the same spiel I try to give them. If it helps, though, then that' s great.
zit in the long run
2 Not of it effectively falls into the long run, though. it' s all about keeping in mind that Rome wasn' t built in a day. Agroup can build a building, or a city, but only an individual can build themselves- it' s no less a
monumental task, but, with perserverance. it can be done.
where' s an immense detail I haven' t mentioned though
I have no friends
and never had any
Welcome to the club. Also, the intenet.
You' ll find more friends online more easily than you would in reality.
Or, at the very least .that' s been my luck.
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